Out Of Town Bride

Out Of Town Bride

by Kara Lennox
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ISBN-13: 9780373750979
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/28/2005
Series: Harlequin American Romance Series , #1093
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.80(d)

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Out Of Town Bride 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Still in shock though several weeks have passed since her fiancé Marvin Carter vanished taking money with him, Sonya Patterson continues to prepare as if her wedding was to occur. Sonya wants to delay telling her ailing mom Muffy the truth for fear that would trigger a deadly final heart attack as her beloved mom has not recovered from a recent one. --- Sheriff¿s¿ Deputy John-Michael McPhee assumes that Sonya, whom he has known since childhood as the son of a gardener and later her bodyguard for a decade, is a spoiled brat. However, he looks into the case of her missing boyfriend though he wants nothing to do with Sonya, who he assumes continues her nuptial preparations to avoid the embarrassment of being jilted. However, as he gets to know her like he never did when he was a child or employed by her family, John-Michael sees a kind hearted woman worried only about her mother. As he falls in love, he wonders if his beloved can see him as her soulmate rather than her former employee. --- The final Blond Justice trilogy is a terrific romantic suspense starring two likable obstinate individuals who readers will root for them coming together as much as seeing Marvin the con finally caught. The cameo return of the heroines from the previous books (see HOMETOWN HONEY and DOWNTOWN DEBUTANTE) showcases how clever Marvin is and the difficulty of catching him. Fans will enjoy this fine investigative romance as the lead couple fall in love and close in on Marvin, but will they succeed whereas the previous two paring found love but not the con artist. --- Harriet Klausner